Slowpocalypse Series

The end is coming.

Everything will change.

But the moment has been prepared for.


Book 1 — Critical Contingencies



Katherine Miles and David Belue, students at the first Federal University and Research Complex in central Florida, face a new and dangerous reality when the compound is sealed to keep the facilities out of the hands of a secessionist governor. Each will try in their own way to protect the community from threats without and within, and that could cost them their lives…

(Previously published as Certain Hypothetical.)

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Book 2  Threat Multiplication



A perfect storm is brewing.

Mysterious power outages, disrupted communications, and a rash of illness among the guards are only the beginning. Soon FURC Security Chief Anthony Nelson and his small, mostly inexperienced staff are overwhelmed by the hacking of the local network, the contamination of the food supply, and a seemingly impossible murder. And Lt. Katherine Miles can’t help. She’s far from the FURC on a secret mission, and if she can make it back at all, she’ll be bringing even more trouble with her…

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Critical Threats: Slowpocalypse Books 1 – 2


*This bundle includes the first two novels in series plus the prequel short story Durable Impressions.


Book 3  Compromised Inside



Beware the Gravity Bug.

Sealed off from the crumbling civilization outside, the residents of the FURC may be safe from external threats, but their isolation only speeds the spread of a dangerous new infection, even as an upcoming election exposes divisions among them. And the fourteen square mile compound may not be big enough to prevent the pressure from building into violent upheaval…

Read the story behind the story of Compromised Inside.









The first 3 novels plus the prequel short story in 1 huge volume!





Book 4Peripheral Encounters



Two together, alone against the dark.
   
Sent to scout the area surrounding the FURC, what Kat and Tony find among the crumbling remnants of civilization convinces them that for all the challenges they’ve faced inside the compound, they’ve had it easy.  Hoping to help some of the survivors, they encounter difficulty and danger—but the real risk they run arises from a secret aspect of their mission Tony hasn’t shared with his partner, a gambit that will put the pair in extreme peril from a ruthless enemy…





Book 5 — Political Homicide



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Solving this murder might be the gravest mistake.

At the Northwest Federal University and Research Complex, where the community is cut off from the crumbling civilization outside its walls, tensions are rife. So when the deputy director is killed during a brief blackout, knifed in the back while meeting with a handful of other highly important persons inside a secure conference room, it creates a political crisis. And Security Officer Duncan Kincaid, who’s never handled a homicide before, is the one put in charge of the case…


Book 6 — Seismic Disruption



The second stage of the Slowpocalypse starts with unforeseen disaster.

A flash of light in the sky followed by a massive earthquake means catastrophic upheaval for the Florida FURC community, but that disaster turns out to be only the first shock of many to shake their sanctuary. They’ve fought hard to achieve some peace inside the walls which have protected them from the devastation outside, but now that calm is gone. And their safe haven remains a refuge no longer…





Book 7 — Catalytic Agents (Coming in 2021!)



Two worlds collide!

Kat and Tony’s unconventional arrival at the Northwest FURC disrupts the delicate détente between Tekihara’s administration and its opponents, causing the conflict to escalate into violence and setting off a struggle for the soul of the community—even as an unknown third party prepares to break into the compound…


1 comment:

Ed of Chesapeake said...

I just finished Political Homicide and enjoyed it - I only wish I had read the first several books beforehand. Not that it would have made a huge difference (since Political Homicide was enjoyable without the background and it stands alone quite well) but there would have been more understanding of the whole FURC setting.